About Dr. Feldman

 It is my goal, through the teaching of positional release techniques, to instruct the next generation of chiropractors, osteopaths, physical

      therapists and related fields in methods of treatment that are safe,

      effective and comfortable for the patient and the practitioner.

Professional Profile

  • 33 years in private practice.  Currently practices part-time in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, focusing on difficult and chronic cases using primarily positional release techniques.

  • Develops and teaches online and live courses on positional release techniques.

  • Current professional focus is on designing curriculum and courses for students and practitioners of chiropractic, osteopathy, and physical therapy to enable them to have the tools and the clinical perspective to painlessly unwind and restore to normal aberrant neuromusculoskeletal reflex patterns so that the body can return to pain-free, normal function.

  • Founder and director of BACK IN ACTION CHIROPRACTIC CENTER in Berkeley, California from 1991 to 2011, a hands-on clinic specializing in comprehensive individualized care for spine, dance and sports related injuries utilizing chiropractic, massage and cranio-sacral techniques and therapists.

  • Fluent in Spanish


Education

  • D.C. cum laude, LIFE CHIROPRACTIC COLLEGE WEST, Hayward, CA, 1987

  • B.S. with distinction, Physical Education major, Adaptive Physical Education minor, SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY, San Jose, CA 1981

  • A.A., magna cum laude, DE ANZA COLLEGE, Cupertino, CA,

  • 1978 1976-79 Pacific Dance Center, Mountain View, CA (Now San Francisco Academy of Ballet, San Francisco)

Continuing Education Course Work and Specializations

  • Adjunct professor for Continuing Education with Life Chiropractic West (Adjust without a Thrust taught in Feb. 2020 and planned for 2022)

  • Chirocredit.com courses: Whiplash, Introduction to Positional Release Techniques, and Physiology of the Subluxation Complex (all in developmental stages)

  • Teacher’s Assistant 2018 in the Jones Institute of Strain/Counterstrain for the following courses: Spine, Extremities, Cranials, TMJ Disorders, and Facilitated Methods

  • Dance Injury Management

  • Foot Biomechanics and Orthotics Casting

Community Service

Volunteer mentor doctor for Jovenes Adelantes guiding university students through their medical field university educations.

Currently teaches children from the surrounding countryside in dance and gymnastic activities in his dance studio, The Nautilus Chamber through the non-profit organization Ojala Niños.